Mike Foley is the President and founder of Foley-Baker, Inc. As head of the company since 1968, Michael has developed a reputation in the organ world as a man with a true passion for the instrument.
Michael McKeever is the Vice President of Foley-Baker, Inc. and one of its top technicians and tuners. Starting at FBI in 1992, Michael has proven himself as an attentive salesman with a talent for organ diagnosis and repair.
Milovan Popovic is Foley-Baker’s voicer and tonal director. A graduate of Westminster Choir College with a degree in organ performance, Milovan came to Foley-Baker in 2004 and has proven himself as one of the top voicers in the country.
Doug McKeever is Foley-Baker’s field operations director. Joining the company in 2001, Doug originally handled all tuning and repair work in the Long Island area, but now oversees all of Foley-Baker’s organ removals and installations. Doug’s work ethic means every job finishes on time and under budget.
Mike Sutcliffe is Foley-Baker’s general manager. A graduate of the University of Connecticut, Mike handles Foley-Baker’s finances and strategy while still finding time to tune in the field.
James Bennett is Foley-Baker’s designer and draftsman. Jim was previously the chest room foreman and factory superintendent at Austin Organs before making to switch to FBI in 2008. His organ layouts allow for maximum space efficiency and easy service access. Jim has a degree in Instrumental Music Education from the University of Massachusetts.
Chris Walton Foley-Baker’s shop foreman. Joining the company in 1996, Chris’ passion for trackers, and indeed all keyboard instruments, have made him a valuable resource.
David DeBlois is one of Foley-Baker’s top leathering technicians. David started at FBI in 1997 and his superbly leathered reservoirs are a testament to the skills he has developed over the years. He is also one of FBI’s top tuning technicians.
Mark Palmer is Foley-Baker’s console and electronics specialist. Starting his career in 1981 at Peebles-Herzog, Mark’s attention to detail and extensive knowledge of wiring and relay systems make FBI’s consoles genuine showpieces.
Cheryl Parrott is FBI’s bookkeeper. With a keen eye for detail, Cheryl ensures that not a penny is wasted at Foley-Baker.
Michelle Racz is FBI’s office manager. Starting in 2011, Michelle manages FBI’s rigorous seasonal tuning schedules.
Brian DeBlois is an installation technician at FBI. Always ready to hop on a plane, Brian assists with all major installation projects. He is also one of FBI’s tuning technicians.
Haley Hewitt is a voicing apprentice at Foley-Baker. An accomplished harpist, Haley is a graduate of the Hartt School of Music and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Rich Cote is a refinisher and pipe repair specialist. Starting at FBI in 2012, Rich can make even the oldest and dirtiest pipes sparkle like new.
Aarmari Quinonez is a leathering apprentice and tuner at FBI. Aarmari also brings his experience with 3D printing into the fold.
Richy Mee is a drafter and designer at FBI. Richy’s many years of experience with CAD help make for efficient organ layouts.